The Consolidation of Two Campus Interlibrary Loan Units Into One: A Partnership Between Law and Main Campus
Until July 2009 Valparaiso University had two campus interlibrary loan units, one serving the main campus and the other serving the law school. In the wake of a projected 15-20% campuswide budget cut, the two campus libraries investigated ways to work together to reduce costs. The libraries came together with Online Computer Library Center and Atlas Systems, Inc., to consolidate the two separate units and ILLiad databases into one. This article discusses the reasons for merging two interlibrary loan units and the steps undertaken to combine two ILLiad systems.
"The Consolidation of Two Campus Interlibrary Loan Units into One: A Partnership between Law and Main Campus." Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Electronic Reserve, vol. 20, number 1. (2010)